Later today I have been asked to take several photos at a showhome for a family friend who was the interior decorator. Up until this point I haven’t had the time to really study any techniques so as of right now I have several magazines, websites and books with short blurbs regarding interior photography laid out on the table trying to take in as much as I can. As a final resource I thought I would come here and take in any additional tips. Prior to this thread I did search the forum for any relating topics and though I did find a few I have several other questions. My list of ‘things to bring’ as of right now consist of: Canon 350D Canon 10-22mm (borrowed), which I am thinking right now will be my main lens for ‘full room’ shots, but I am concerned about distortion. Minimal distortion I am confident I can ‘hide’ in photoshop, so I believe in most cases I will shoot at 22mm. Any opinions? Canon 50mm. This will be for more of the ‘fine details’ Canon 17-85mm (borrowed) This is more of a backup if I find the 22mm is too wide/distorting the images Tripod Release cable Core foam board – to act as a reflector Canon 580EX flash. I am assuming if this was used (though I would probably prefer to use mostly natural light) it would be best to bounce off a ceiling behind me White balance ‘sheet’ Polarizer (?) Any suggestions as to exposure? From what I have been looking at, one shouldn’t be overly concerned regarding overexposure in the windows. This would be a wonderful time to borrow a light meter, but I didn’t think about that part before. One other option would be to attempt some HDR. Any suggestions, examples, hints etc. would be wonderful! Thank you Here are two best examples of the showhome taken by the interior decorator http://i18.photobucket.com/albums/b118/Peanuts_Schroeder/CalBridgeShowhomesCochraneBradsh-1.jpg http://i18.photobucket.com/albums/b118/Peanuts_Schroeder/CalBridgeShowhomesCochraneBradshous.jpg Edit: I should mention the lighting probably isn't ideal, as it is a few hours after noon, so none of that 'nice' light.